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  • Javbw

    Javbw

    March 11, 2015, 1:00 am

    Apple's Phone is a computer. It is not some embedded pice of shit cranked out by Nokia to be given away in a cereal box. and Last time I checked, OSes have issues. Apple's. Microsoft's. Sun's. Even good ol Linux. and that is besides the Applications (Webkit) that also runs on it. So there will always be issues with a device that is trying to do as much as the iPhone. Android and (the forsaken) Windows mobile sure show the road is not as smooth.

    Apple's Phone - or computers for that matter - is not about doing everything under the sun. But what they do attempt to do, very gracefully for many users, is do things without a load of bullshit.

    Overall UI on phones was a nightmare. from cheap Phones to the imfamous RAZRs to to Palm smartphones had a shitty UI. HORRIBLE UI. Apple is known, and respected for having a decent UI , and they brought that to the iPhone, and cleaned it up with the 2.0 release.

    Phones were locked up very tight by Carriers. The iPhone was not the first, but is a major reason for getting carriers all shook up and letting users manage their stuff.

    Snycing was a joke. There isn't one phone besides a blackberry that didn't have horrible hit n miss syncing. This is a major usability flaw, and one Apple pretty much waltzed through. And live pushing comes along with my itools-now-.Mac-now-MobileMe account, all handled by either Apple or (for enterprises) your IT dept's servers. Talk to the sidekick people about having one company handle all of the ways of data syncing. If ATT goes down, I can always choose WiFi. if MobileMe Syncing goes down, I can still manually refresh it.

    Web was a complete Joke before. Ever visit the web on a RAZR? on a earlier Palm Phone? crap. None really had WiFi that allowed it to be useful (internet, etc), did they? Phones now easily can do it, because there is a market for it - one demonstrated by the iPhone. and every phone that comes out now is compared to it.

    Oh - you are probably right about the 80 apps. Users reportedly download about 40 on average. The thing is, they are different for each person. so lets say there are 500 good apps. That is 500 more than i Could put on my RAZR, and about 475 more than (realistacally) Palm, and many more useful ones than are currently out there for Windows Mobile, Symbian or Android. I imagine Android will fare the best over time. Competition is always good.

    Sure - it's battery cannot be hotswapped (and is a real pain in the ass on the original) and yes, it is on ATT here so the network is shitty in some places, yep. And MMS and a video camera took a long time to show up (MMS = email for shitty phones). Butit does what it says, and it does it well. It has rough spots - and of course OS flaws. How many updates did your last cell phone get? Mine got 8. My new one has gotten 2. New features, bug fixes and new bugs to squish. that's the way it goes when your running a extensible, third-party-accessible, software/hardware platform that is Just 3 years old that isn't some low speed embedded chip operating a pointNshoot or a flip phone.

    Remind me how well Windows went on it's 1.0 and 2.0 releases.

    For most people, such as myself on my second iPhone, and everyone else I have met who actually owns one - they love it. Some don't.

    But slinging hate-mud at what you clearly don't understand is stupid as hell.

    Edit: Bug Fixes. I guess my 1.0 wasn't perfect either.

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  • 27B-6

    27B-6

    March 11, 2015, 2:28 am

    While I agree that the combination of #3 and #4 really can drive up cost enormously if not careful, blaming overhead cost and research is just silly. A developer comes far with a $500 PC and free software, and if you need a month to come up with a decent open source implementation, you are the wrong developer for the project. The real cost is in the developers knowledge and creativity. I bill you for the hours my brain needs to solve a complex problem, not for the time it takes to write down the solution.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 3:25 pm

    >They may be being taxed more than some other countries, but if the difference isn't large enough it isn't worth it.

    There are countries with zero tax so I'd say the difference is pretty huge.

    >Thats fine but there may be serious consequences if you do.

    I don't think so.

    >That's just a bad tax in general.

    I disagree. It's a great tax.

    >Taxing money leaving the country would make it a very unattractive place to do business and would encourage foreign or multinational companies to do business elsewhere.

    Only if they don't want to sell to the US market. Since we have the largest economy in the world no company is going to refuse to do business here.

    They'll pay the tax. They pay more taxes in other countries anyway.

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  • NotSoToughCookie

    NotSoToughCookie

    March 10, 2015, 5:50 pm

    Espn claims this to be the 'toughest' sport **overall**. American football needs nearly all to succeed. Quickness/agility/hand eye (wide receivers), Power + speed (running backs) endurance/STR (lineman, everyone else) and flexibility/str (kickers).

    If you fail in one, you fail in all. Not only that, it's a whole different level of play. Given the size of professional rugby players, if you took any NFL team, taught them the rules of rugby and let them loose in the professional circuit, it would ruin the game.

    You'd have guys like Ray Lewis walking down the field nonchalantly with 6 skinny guys attached to his legs + body trying to pull him down. That's a bit of an exaggeration, but it isn't far from the truth.

    But why aren't athletes of their caliber playing rugby you might ask? It's an easy answer. Money.

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  • jugalator

    jugalator

    March 11, 2015, 8:27 am

    > Even for ESPN, this was a stupid thing to try to make a list out of.

    Exactly... These pro billiard players almost bottoming the list, or even better, snooker players, have insane skills and are very hard to top. The list gives the impression some sports are easy to get into, or that some sports do not require a lifetime of practice to master. Great, then everyone can become a multi-millionare billiard player.

    I'm unsure what the list really describes, and it comes off as something that someone with a degree in statistics would rip to shreds. :S

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  • stevestevesteve

    stevestevesteve

    March 10, 2015, 4:30 pm

    it's still a lazy way of defending it, finding something that looks vaguely like fresh produce... why not just sue someone with a tomato logo, because it looks vaguely like an apple from 100m away underwater. that would be better than this, actually, since it isn't even a specific fruit or vegetable, just a W.

    i find that judges (in my australian experience, and at least in higher appellate courts, that is) aren't stupid, and can tell that this wouldn't have diluted the trademark anyway. it's either apple being lame, or a stupid system if this is what is meant to happen, so it's a bad thing however you look at it.

    good points though. it's been a while since i did trademarks at uni, i've forgotten it all!

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  • fricken

    fricken

    March 10, 2015, 8:05 am

    "Some say that Lady Gaga is a lie," she said at one point. "And they're right. I am a lie. . . .And every day I kill to make it true."

    Certainly Lady gaga is manufactured. Nobody jumps out of the womb with a platinum blonde wig and lycra tights. Lady Gaga's birth name is Stephanie Germanotta, so she manufactured herself, but with the help of Lady Starlight, a DJ, burlesque performer, fashion designer and philosophy major in New York.

    It's strikes me as strange to fault someone for becoming famous- generally you can't spit without hitting somebody who wishes they were, and of those untold millions Lady Gaga's one of the few to acheive megastardom. Much of her success has to do with being in the right place at the right time, but unlike other girl megastars like Spears, Simpson, Duff, and Cyrus, Lady Gaga writes her own music, and achieved her success without the help of well connected or even supportive parents.

    It's easy to throw her into the pop culture blender with many other very fake people that are easy to despise, but she carries herself with an autonomy, self awareness, and sense of irony that is unique amongst her peers. It remains to be seen how long she'll last under the spotlight, but it certainly isn't safe to bet that she's just another flash in the pan.

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  • viktoriaz

    viktoriaz

    March 11, 2015, 12:42 am

    Who has not been in love and it is so wonderful, is not it!

    But then it happens it will be left, maybe the other party to find someone else, want to live myself a time or tired of the relationship.

    You'll be left alone and sad and thinking about why it was so here.

    Since you are here and reading this then you have probably been left alone and wondering how to get there to get well again.

    I know how! TAKE A LOOK YOURSELF.

    Discover the truth how to get your loved one back.

    For it is probably because you are here! I will help you

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  • heidavey

    heidavey

    March 10, 2015, 4:37 pm

    Thanks for the reference to the 1000 year - it's also in 2 Peter 3.

    >If a person (and I've never met one) is a literalist to the fullest extent, that is someone who takes everything literally, seeing no metaphor, symbology, or parable in the words of the Bible whatsoever in any place...would believe some silly, silly things. I would conceive they could not accept Evolution as fact.

    That's precisely what I was saying. I don't think we are in disagreement.

    I'm interested in your final point about not having a choice in which parts are to be taken literally. Surely, it is not obvious which parts are to be taken literally in the Bible? Or are you saying that every passage has both a literal and allegorical meaning?

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  • bailbondusa

    bailbondusa

    March 10, 2015, 8:31 am

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  • ohashi

    ohashi

    March 11, 2015, 3:18 am

    Interesting idea. Despite living across the bridge I hadn't heard of such a thing (in sweden). I was actually working on a project that incorporates some of those ideas but haven't had time/money to get it finished/launched. It was a support site focusing on answering questions but also accepting that many users wouldn't know what to do with help online therefore incorporated a local directory (got the largest DB of computer support companies in US/Canada) to allow users to easily find help. I suppose having companies (or people) enroll to get leads wouldn't be such a huge step. If some redditors wanted to help get this project moving again I could share more details. For technical background: hacked Drupal on LAMP stack.

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  • astronomicon

    astronomicon

    March 10, 2015, 11:11 am

    I'll have to get back to you about the charge imbalance question, I'm not actually sure. My instinct is that it wouldn't produce a charge imbalance, but I can't prove it. Bear with me...

    There is no link between the PP chains and the CNO cycle... the carbon needed for the CNO cycle is actually a catalyst, so the trace amount of carbon in the sun is enough to fuel it.

    The full chain is

    12C + 1H -> 13N + photon

    13 N -> 13C + positron + neutrino

    13C + 1H -> 14N + photon

    14N + 1H -> 15O + photon

    15O -> 15N + positron + neutrino

    15N + 1H -> 12C + 4He

    So you get the 12C back at the end :)

    Yeah, I'd totally be up for giving a talk. PM me your email address and we'll arrange something. I'm not Mike, sadly (he is a senior professor), though I do know him.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    >Sadly, I work at such a company, and they are NOT fucked because their bread and butter is manufacturing Real Stuff.

    They are fucked. One day a sales drone is going to sign a contract that will bankrupt you. Your CEO is going to go begging to have the contract negated and is going to make himself look like a fool.

    The fifth time that happens the CEO will either be canned or he will ban excel.

    By that time the companies reputation will suffer.

    >They absolutely will not allow non-Windows platforms in ANY office or backoffice role

    See? The company is run by idiots who refuse to use the best tool for the job instead painting themselves into a corner by locking themselves into one vendor.

    The company is totally fucked. It's being run by morons.

    >Excel is 95% of their tools, the other 5% being Access.

    Wow. Even more fucked than I first thought.

    Please, Please, Please tell me the name of this company so I don't ever accidentally invest in them.

    Surely you can do me that one little favor.

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